Over 99% of drivers sign on for new deal.
OVER 99% OF ADDISON LEE’S DRIVERS HAVE SIGNED UP FOR THE NEW DEAL. THE DEAL OFFERS DRIVERS THE CHANCE TO EARN MORE MONEY THAN EVER BEFORE
ANDY BOLAND, ADDISON LEE CEO, SAYS: “ADDISON LEE’S NEW DRIVER DEAL IS THE BEST AND MOST COMPETITIVE IN THE INDUSTRY. IT REPRESENTS A SIGNIFICANT INVESTMENT IN OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH OUR DRIVER PARTNERS
Addison Lee’s new driver deal has now been accepted by 99% of drivers. The new deal was put together following several months of dialogue with our driver partners and research about what is important to London private hire drivers.
It offers drivers the chance to earn more money than ever before, together with a low cost vehicle rental plan and a clear, highly competitive commission structure. Over half of the commission is reinvested into promotional codes and driver incentives. This will encourage even more people to take advantage of our services and ensure the availability of our drivers.
Andy Boland, Addison Lee Chief Executive Officer says: “We believe that our new driver offer is the best on offer in the industry. It represents a significant investment in our relationship with our drivers and reflects the fact that we are proud to work with only the very best private hire drivers.”
Addison Lee has 4,500 drivers, making it Europe’s biggest car service company. Drivers have always been at the heart of Addison Lee and the company is proud of the fact that it has worked in partnership with them to put this deal together.
Andy Boland, Addison Lee Chief Executive Officer adds, “The hugely positive response to our new deal proves that the relationship between Addison Lee and its drivers is as strong as ever. Addison Lee invests heavily in providing the best vehicles, technology and driver training programmes in our industry.”
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